Several days after Razer Blade Stealth made its debut at CES 2016, the ultrabook has been available. It not only brings you powerful mobile performance, but also supports external graphics cards for better gaming experience.
Razer Blade Stealth is a high-performance ultrabook that measures 0.52 x 12.6 x 8.1 inches and weights 2.75 lbs. As we can see from the images, the Ultrabook inherits Razer’s classic design expressed by its solid black body and its glowing symbolic logo. Meanwhile, lightweight and ultra-thin design makes Razer Blade Stealth be an easy-to-carry gaming platform, and its chassis is CNC-milled out of aircraft grade aluminum for durability.
The Ultrabook is powered by Intel Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz/3.1GHz (Base/Turbo) dual-core processor with Intel HD Graphics 520 and comes equipped with 8GB LPDDR3 RAM, and 128/256/512GB SSD in order to deliver you smooth gaming experience and fast response.
Razer Blade Stealth comes in two different displays including 12.5″ UHD at 3840 x 2160 pixels and 12.5″ QHD at 2560 x 1440 pixels. Both displays features wide viewing angles and high-color saturation that deliver you high-definition and high-quality image performance, and integrated touchscreen offers intuitive and high-efficiency control experience.
Moreover, its chroma anti-ghosting keyboard features individually backlit keys. Using Razer Synapse, you can customize the keyboard, trackpad and built-in fan. The Ultrabook runs Microsoft Windows 10 OS and other features also include built-in webcam, stereo speakers, USB-C port, HDMI port and more.
The most innovative feature is that the Ultrabook is able to work with external desktop graphics cards using Razer’s unique enclosure called Razer Core. The enclosure supports full-length, double-wide PCIe desktop graphics cards, so you can easily customize your Razer Core. Just plugging it in your Razer Blade Stealth lets you transform the Ultrabook into a desktop gaming system.
Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook comes in four options, and starting at $999.99 USD, but Razer Core is unavailable at present. If you’re interested, jump to Razer for its more details.